Windows 10: UUP to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 Build Upgrade Files  

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  1.    07 Sep 2017 #850

    Kari said: View Post
    Honestly, no offence, I do not care if it works or not. As I decided to test Windows native imaging, I excluded the system partitions and started a test backup, backing up the two partitions I would need to restore a functioning Windows 10, the Windows partition C: and partition E: where I have relocated the main user profile folder Users.

    The backup has now run 2 hours and 50 minutes, not halfway through:
    Attachment 152288

    Using Macrium, I can make a full system image including UEFI system partitions in less than 25 minutes.




    Just let me know when you need a DISKPART script, I can make a custom script to you based on how you want to partition the system disk (disk where Windows will be installed). The script I posted is quite basic, to partition a disk where all available space after system partitions will be used for Windows partition. In case you want more data partitions on the same disk, the script needs to be modified.

    I agree - I never actually use this method any more, so in end I do not care. As far as I am concerned, the quicker they kill it off the better.

    I am a firm Macrium Reflect fan, and even bought Home (primarily for Rapid Delta Restore).

    My only (rather unlikely admittedly) concern is if the key players form a cartel and start charging once they know MS do not have an alternative.

    I also have scripts to partition drives but rarely need them - thanks anyway.
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  2. Posts : 38,043
    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       07 Sep 2017 #851

    Kari said: View Post
    The backup has now run 2 hours and 50 minutes, not halfway through:

    Using Macrium, I can make a full system image including UEFI system partitions in less than 25 minutes.
    Agree and I like native, but admittedly it is a lot slower.

    I'm thinking because of the cost of development and code publishing infringement that MS may simply purchase a mirroring software company to incorporate the code into Windows. They did this in the past. Skype is one. Can't think of any others ATM.

    Just let me know when you need a DISKPART script, I can make a custom script to you based on how you want to partition the system disk (disk where Windows will be installed). The script I posted is quite basic, to partition a disk where all available space after system partitions will be used for Windows partition. In case you want more data partitions on the same disk, the script needs to be modified.
    That is very nice of you, Kari! I'll take you up on the offer. Thank you so much!

    I'm thinking of purchasing a larger SSD, although dual booting with my present 120GB SSD is squeaking by ok, I'd like to perhaps triple boot. I could install one OS on the 1TB spinner, but that's a PITA and I don't want to use the spinner for that. I will let you know shortly on that. Here's my setup at present.


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  3. Posts : 5
    windows 10 insider (skip ahead)
       08 Sep 2017 #852

    my first time using this tool, and usually i wouldn't even consider it but i've been having problems for days trying to get windows 10 insider 16353 to install. unfortunately for me unlike most of you this tool did not help as i was met with some nice looking errors

    [ERROR] "\Windows\WinSxS\wow64_adobe-flash-for-windows_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.16353.1000_none_866e8108be5375c4\Flash.ocx": blob not found
    SHA-1 message digest of missing blob:
    4051bb2b7a3aeeb3e25b52bac31da8b75aaba196
    ERROR: If this is a delta WIM, use the --ref argument to specify the WIM(s) on which it is based.
    ERROR: Exiting with error code 55:
    A file resource needed to complete the operation was missing from the WIM.
    im hoping somebody on here will be able to help me find a way around this
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  4. Posts : 3,229
    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 Build 17134.137 (Branch: RS4 Release Preview)
       09 Sep 2017 #853

    yatznet said: View Post
    my first time using this tool, and usually i wouldn't even consider it but i've been having problems for days trying to get windows 10 insider 16353 to install. unfortunately for me unlike most of you this tool did not help as i was met with some nice looking errors



    im hoping somebody on here will be able to help me find a way around this
    Hello there @yatznet

    Welcome to this forum!

    Yes, the problem with your install is that some setup files are missing. We can see this from the error.

    You could try the following:

    1. Do a full disk cleanup of your C-drive.
      1. Open File Explorer, select Properties from context menu while right-mouse-clicking on your C-drive.
      2. In general tab click Disk Cleanup.
      3. In next prompt click Cleanup System Files.
      4. Mark all tick-boxes and apply.

    2. Disable all startup items
      1. Open Task Manager
      2. In Startup tab, disable all items

    3. Completely empty Windows update Downloads folder
      1. Using File Explorer, navigate to C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Downloads
      2. Delete all files and folders

    4. Disable all non-Windows services.
      1. Open System Configuration
      2. In Services tab, tick the box Hide All Microsoft Services
      3. You are now left with 3rd party services only, untick all of them.
      4. Apply and reboot

    5. When back at desktop Completely disable any Antivirus (IMPORTANT)
    6. Run Windows Update normally
    7. When System is asking for a reboot use the UUP2ISO tool as described
    8. Move ISO to a safe location
    9. Reboot and let Windows upgrade
    10. If setup failed, try upgrade using the ISO


    I do the above steps every time I upgrade Windows to next build. Usually these steps has helped me solve upgrade issues.

    Once upgrade is done, re-enable AV, all startup items and all services.

    Hope this will solve your issue.
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  5. Posts : 5
    windows 10 insider (skip ahead)
       09 Sep 2017 #854

    slicendice said: View Post
    Hello there @yatznet

    Welcome to this forum!

    Yes, the problem with your install is that some setup files are missing. We can see this from the error.

    You could try the following:

    1. Do a full disk cleanup of your C-drive.
      1. Open File Explorer, select Properties from context menu while right-mouse-clicking on your C-drive.
      2. In general tab click Disk Cleanup.
      3. In next prompt click Cleanup System Files.
      4. Mark all tick-boxes and apply.

    2. Disable all startup items
      1. Open Task Manager
      2. In Startup tab, disable all items

    3. Completely empty Windows update Downloads folder
      1. Using File Explorer, navigate to C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Downloads
      2. Delete all files and folders

    4. Disable all non-Windows services.
      1. Open System Configuration
      2. In Services tab, tick the box Hide All Microsoft Services
      3. You are now left with 3rd party services only, untick all of them.
      4. Apply and reboot

    5. When back at desktop Completely disable any Antivirus (IMPORTANT)
    6. Run Windows Update normally
    7. When System is asking for a reboot use the UUP2ISO tool as described
    8. Move ISO to a safe location
    9. Reboot and let Windows upgrade
    10. If setup failed, try upgrade using the ISO


    I do the above steps every time I upgrade Windows to next build. Usually these steps has helped me solve upgrade issues.

    Once upgrade is done, re-enable AV, all startup items and all services.

    Hope this will solve your issue.
    i dont get a reboot botton with this build i get a install button instead
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  6. Posts : 14,197
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       09 Sep 2017 #855

    yatznet said: View Post
    i dont get a reboot botton with this build i get a install button instead
    Click the Install button, let Windows Update install the upgrade. When done, you will see Restart now button. First then can you make the ISO.
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  7. Posts : 5
    windows 10 insider (skip ahead)
       09 Sep 2017 #856

    Kari said: View Post
    Click the Install button, let Windows Update install the upgrade. When done, you will see Restart now button. First then can you make the ISO.
    it never gets that far i get hit " Windows 10 Insider Preview 16353.1000 (rs_prerelease) - Error 0xc0000005" after 32% thats why i was looking at alternative ways of installings it
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  8. Posts : 34,490
    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
       09 Sep 2017 #857

    Kari said: View Post
    Click the Install button, let Windows Update install the upgrade. When done, you will see Restart now button. First then can you make the ISO.
    Kari, don't mean to intrude on your post. For the OP's clarification....

    When you see the Restart now button, stop right there and make your ISO at that point. Do not click Restart now
    until the ISO is complete. When ISO is complete, then click Restart now.
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  9. Posts : 5
    windows 10 insider (skip ahead)
       09 Sep 2017 #858

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Kari, don't mean to intrude on your post. For the OP's clarification....

    When you see the Restart now button, stop right there and make your ISO at that point. Do not click Restart now
    until the ISO is complete. When ISO is complete, then click Restart now.
    but i dont get to that point it fails before the restart button appears i've tried resetting windows update conponents but that didn't help and as you said i cant make a iso from when i says install i have to wait till it says restart. this now has me wondering what other options there are for me to get this update, can i use someone elses iso or would my system reject that? and if i can could someone link me to theres please
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  10. Posts : 18
    Windows 10 Insider preview
       09 Sep 2017 #859

    yatznet said: View Post
    it never gets that far i get hit " Windows 10 Insider Preview 16353.1000 (rs_prerelease) - Error 0xc0000005" after 32% thats why i was looking at alternative ways of installings it
    Hi yatznet

    are you really after RedStone 4 preview already, as this build is part of the skip ahead releases UUP to ISO might not even work, but if you want to play with build 16353 you are alpha testing not beta.
    so be prepared for a lot more problems than the normal RS3 releases.

    why not install build 16251 (RS3) from this link if you are an insider.
    Download Windows 10 Insider Preview Advanced

    See current state of builds at BUILDFEED site

    Then wait till after the official release of Fall creators update to start playing with the next step, which will be the RS4 releases.

    Bernie
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